Comments by ChuckD
Posted on January 27 at 9:02 p.m. (Suggest removal)
One might ask, 'What has hockey become?'
As a former NCAA athlete (not hockey) I'm disgusted by the acceptance of fist-fighting as a normal part of one of our sports that's not boxing. It's one step up from the WWF and sanctioned by the NCAA? Hockey can be a beautiful sport but the last time I saw it played that way was by the Russians in one of the 80's Olympics.
Posted on January 20 at 9:30 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I can't compete with that. I'm awed by your knowledge of statistics.
Posted on January 19 at 11:54 p.m. (Suggest removal)
And typically FrankLowe, your facts are half-baked. Ever been downstate? Any idea what the cost of living is there? Any idea if any city in Iowa can compare to the cost of living in the NY Metropolitan area?
Sheesh, apples to apples please.
Posted on January 18 at 10:26 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Journalists use anonymous tips all the time. They don't need a name and address to consider it valid. They don't have to report the tipster's information as fact. But they should consider the apparent veracity of reader1's information as at least a possible lead to the truth. If they're motivated to the truth, anyway.
Posted on January 16 at 1:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Oh right, the gun thing. When democracy fails you, you've always got the guns.
And God, I guess.
Oh right, it's not a democracy anymore.
Posted on January 10 at 12:09 a.m. (Suggest removal)
And so you did blather...
Here's one thing 'we liberals' don't tend to do, paint with broad brushes. Which explains why the Democratic Party (which I'm not a member of) is inclusive, and the Republicans...well not so much.
I'm pretty confident that whatever anyone posts in rebuttal to your (both) blather, you'll imagine some kind of weird conspiracy. Responding is futile except to try to balance the noise. And I'm pretty confident a source like Harvard University probably causes all manner of puckering and fear, but for all others here's some data compiled by Theda Skocpol, professor of government and sociology at Harvard University and director of the Scholars Strategy Network that shows the effect of GOP monkey-wrenching of the process.
You're like the drunk relative who shows up at the family party, trashes the house and guests, and then b!tches about what an awful party it was. Cya in 2016!
Posted on January 7 at 6:44 p.m. (Suggest removal)
But gosh, you never say whether the policy that screwed you was the one you'd been carrying, or one you got through the ACA. I can't help thinking that if you'd gone through the insurance market for that policy we'd all have had the pleasure of your rants about that experience, and so far nothing. So which was it?
Posted on January 5 at 11:15 a.m. (Suggest removal)
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Posted on January 3 at 1:59 p.m. (Suggest removal)
daily, when you sober up I hope you reread your sermon above. What you posted is so disconnected from what I said that you must be under the influence of something.
The assault on the nation of Iraq (I refuse to call it a "war") was based on lies and had nothing to do whatsoever with the events of September 11, 2001 (I also refuse to demean what happened with a trademark catchphrase "9/11"). That's a fact, that's the scam. And I'm deeply ashamed of our country for going along with it. And I'm deeply moved by those who would put themselves in harm's way ostensibly for our protection. But in this case it wasn't for our protection. And that's a tragedy on an unprecedented scale.
Posted on January 2 at 8:41 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Based on the story told here and in th T-U, this is a much an indictment of the OITS as it is of this idiot IT guy. The IT department is supposed to have control over who can access what and when, and it's not based on trust. It's based on policy and implementation of same.
The other half of this story is: how'd they let this happen and who is being held accountable for it. And who will report on that?